News for Friday, July 10, 2009


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Henry Medical celebrates 30 years in community

By Jason A. Smith

When classical literature meets science fiction

So, there's a book that came out in April that I've been trying to avoid writing about. But I just can't take it anymore.

Former attorney pleads guilty to Ponzi scheme

By Linda Looney-Bond

Many racing careers detour through Charlotte

By Brian Paglia

Clayton BOE to vote on uniform dress

During its July business meeting next week, the Clayton County Board of Education is scheduled to vote on a uniform dress policy for all of the county's high schools, and decide whether to start the process of naming a new school.

Clayton housing authority wins national award

The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials recently selected the Housing Authority of Clayton County's Premier Garden Apartment Homes rehabilitation project as a national "Award of Merit" winner, the authority said.

Obituaries - July 10, 2009

Dr. Robert Charles "Bo" Bolander

Securus House benefit postponed

Securus House's 25th Anniversary Gala, which had been scheduled for Saturday, July 11 at Fort Gillem's Getaway Club, has been postponed until this fall, according to Securus House officials.

Fired police chief sues to overturn termination

By Linda Looney-Bond

Ga Amateur underway

By Doug Gorman

Food for thought - Rhonda Rich

When she first brought it up, mentioning it in passing more than anything else, I thought she was joshing, so I shrugged it off with a smile. Fortunately, I did not make any wisecrack that I would later regret.

Faith Notes - July 10, 2009

July 11